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Calix[n]pyrroles as anion and ion-pair complexants

Calix[n]pyrroles as anion and ion-pair complexants
Calix[n]pyrroles as anion and ion-pair complexants
This chapter covers advances in calixpyrrole chemistry and specifically in the application of these species as anion and ion-pair complexation agents over the last 5 years. Over this time, the chemistry of these easy-to-make macrocycles advanced with the discovery of the ion-pair complexation properties of calixpyrroles, in addition to the development of strapped calixpyrroles that incorporate extra hydrogen bond donors and possess higher affinities for anions than the parent macrocycle. Calixpyrroles have also been employed as anion complexants in solvent–solvent extraction and in polymers. They have also been shown to function as lipid bilayer transport agents for salts and as organocatalysts.
1861-9282
39-73
Gale, Philip A.
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Lee, Chang-Hee
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Gale, Philip A.
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Lee, Chang-Hee
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Gale, Philip A. and Lee, Chang-Hee (2010) Calix[n]pyrroles as anion and ion-pair complexants. Topics in Heterocyclic Chemistry, 25, 39-73. (doi:10.1007/7081_2010_30).

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This chapter covers advances in calixpyrrole chemistry and specifically in the application of these species as anion and ion-pair complexation agents over the last 5 years. Over this time, the chemistry of these easy-to-make macrocycles advanced with the discovery of the ion-pair complexation properties of calixpyrroles, in addition to the development of strapped calixpyrroles that incorporate extra hydrogen bond donors and possess higher affinities for anions than the parent macrocycle. Calixpyrroles have also been employed as anion complexants in solvent–solvent extraction and in polymers. They have also been shown to function as lipid bilayer transport agents for salts and as organocatalysts.

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Published date: 2010

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Local EPrints ID: 170327
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/170327
ISSN: 1861-9282
PURE UUID: 38234e62-303d-4ef4-89c8-277ed309f8bc
ORCID for Philip A. Gale: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0001-9751-4910

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Date deposited: 05 Jan 2011 14:47
Last modified: 19 Sep 2020 01:34

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